Olivier Corneille
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The interplay of subjective essentialism and entitativity in the formation of stereotypes
V Yzerbyt, O Corneille, C Estrada
Personality and Social Psychology Review 5 (2), 141-155, 2001
Alexithymia in the interpersonal domain: A general deficit of empathy?
D Grynberg, O Luminet, O Corneille, J Grèzes, S Berthoz
Personality and individual differences 49 (8), 845-850, 2010
Aware and (dis) liking: item-based analyses reveal that valence acquisition via evaluative conditioning emerges only when there is contingency awareness.
G Pleyers, O Corneille, O Luminet, V Yzerbyt
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 33 (1), 130, 2007
Alexithymia and the processing of emotional facial expressions (EFEs): systematic review, unanswered questions and further perspectives
D Grynberg, B Chang, O Corneille, P Maurage, N Vermeulen, S Berthoz, ...
Public Library of Science 7 (8), e42429, 2012
Oxytocin makes people trusting, not gullible
M Mikolajczak, JJ Gross, A Lane, O Corneille, P de Timary, O Luminet
Psychological science 21 (8), 1072-1074, 2010
The psychology of group perception: Perceived variability, entitativity, and essentialism.
VE Yzerbyt, CM Judd, OE Corneille
Psychology Press, 2004
Not competent but warm... really? Compensatory stereotypes in the French-speaking world
V Yzerbyt, V Provost, O Corneille
Group Processes & Intergroup Relations 8 (3), 291-308, 2005
Do not prime hawks with doves: the interplay of construct activation and consistency of social value orientation on cooperative behavior.
D Smeesters, L Warlop, E Van Avermaet, O Corneille, V Yzerbyt
Journal of Personality and Social psychology 84 (5), 972, 2003
“Speak, Lord, your servant is listening”: Religious priming activates submissive thoughts and behaviors
V Saroglou, O Corneille, P Van Cappellen
The International Journal for the Psychology of Religion 19 (3), 143-154, 2009
Alexithymia and the automatic processing of affective information: Evidence from the affective priming paradigm
N Vermeulen, O Luminet, O Corneille
Cognition & Emotion 20 (1), 64-91, 2006
Race categorization modulates holistic face encoding
C Michel, O Corneille, B Rossion
Cognitive Science 31 (5), 911-924, 2007
Interoceptive accuracy scores from the heartbeat counting task are problematic: Evidence from simple bivariate correlations
G Zamariola, P Maurage, O Luminet, O Corneille
Biological psychology 137, 12-17, 2018
Holistic processing is tuned for in‐group faces
K Hugenberg, O Corneille
Cognitive Science 33 (6), 1173-1181, 2009
When memory shifts toward more typical category exemplars: accentuation effects in the recollection of ethnically ambiguous faces.
O Corneille, J Huart, E Becquart, S Brédart
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 86 (2), 236, 2004
On the respective contributions of awareness of unconditioned stimulus valence and unconditioned stimulus identity in attitude formation through evaluative conditioning.
C Stahl, C Unkelbach, O Corneille
Journal of personality and social psychology 97 (3), 404, 2009
The role of awareness in attitude formation through evaluative conditioning
S Sweldens, O Corneille, V Yzerbyt
Personality and Social Psychology Review 18 (2), 187-209, 2014
Evaluative conditioning may incur attentional costs.
G Pleyers, O Corneille, V Yzerbyt, O Luminet
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Animal Behavior Processes 35 (2), 279, 2009
The heartbeat counting task largely involves non-interoceptive processes: Evidence from both the original and an adapted counting task
O Desmedt, O Luminet, O Corneille
Biological Psychology 138, 185-188, 2018
The relationship between narcissistic exploitativeness, dispositional empathy, and emotion recognition abilities
S Konrath, O Corneille, BJ Bushman, O Luminet
Journal of Nonverbal Behavior 38 (1), 129-143, 2014
Disrupted regulation of social exclusion in alcohol-dependence: an fMRI study
P Maurage, F Joassin, P Philippot, A Heeren, N Vermeulen, P Mahau, ...
Neuropsychopharmacology 37 (9), 2067-2075, 2012
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